Abundant scientific information has established the role of nutrition in health. This document outlines PCRM’s practical dietary recommendations for guidelines that will benefit the public.
PCRM sought to establish a set of dietary guidance materials that serve the current needs of the public, based on current scientific knowledge.
PCRM has several poster options available to introduce the concept of plant-based diets for health to any section of the population.
NutritionMD.org provides information for both health care providers and consumers on the role good nutrition plays in overall health, as well as how it relates to the prevention and treatment of specific conditions.
Power PlatePCRM’s dietary diagram was tested among different populations. This paper walks through the process of developing a plate diagram and eventually to the final diagram that is the Power Plate.
NutritionCME.org offers free online continuing medical education for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, dietitians, nutritionists, and other health care providers interested in how nutrition can be used for health promotion and prevention of cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and other chronic diseases.
The following resources help nurses and nurse practitioners demonstrate to patients how a low-fat, plant-based diet can prevent and reverse chronic diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Please help advocate for healthy communities by sharing these tools with your personal and professional contacts.
Why the Power Plate?
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NEW Graham Greene, Academy Award nominee of Dances with Wolves and other films and TV shows, has experienced the tragic consequences diabetes can have on family and friends. In “The Power Plate,” he tells us that it doesn’t have to be this way. http://pcrm.org/health/diets/pplate/power-plate-lose-weight-lower-cholesterol-diabetes. Watch >
Power Plate Recipes from Native American Chef Lois Ellen Frank
What about Nuts and Seeds?